Unless you offer such info to your insurance company, I don't think it matters...unless you tell them you have aftermarket stuff you want to insure. Even if they have to inspect the vehicles in your state, it shouldn't make a difference in insurance rates.billaj said:For those of you who have Lifted vehicles, how much more is your insurance on your truck? Was it harder getting insurance on your lifted truck? What about the aftermarket warranty? Can it void the warranty if you lift your truck?
Just wanting to know what I am getting into here.
As for voiding your warranty, suspension, axles, brakes, transfer case have all been denied warranty at one time or another because of an aftermarket lift. They can do what they want but....most don't bother unless it's something damaged directly by the modification(s).